allowed to sit with the children, and take part in the activities, just to show the children that, you know, it's okay. that everything is going to be okay. the parents then met with the principal, the superintendent, and police officers. security wasn't the issue, the greater issue, the greater concern was counseling. how will authorities identify whether a child needs help or whether, in fact, a teacher may need help. those are some of the questions they were asking. but the dad, andrew pelly, who i spoke to earlier today, he told me, he said, look, perception and reality are two different things, but the perception, based on what he experienced with his two 9-year-old twins, he said, it is good. it is really good. so the healing certainly has begun, and more importantly, the routine that the children so desperately need to begin to heal and move on, that also has started. wolf? >> deborah feyerick, thanks very much. 26 people were killed in that school, 20 kids, 6 educators, not just 25 as i just said.